This entry is part 10 of 20 in the series Sunday Recap

A lot to take in this week. Encountered a trader who’s hard-nosed perspective on trading made even me blink a bit, came across a novel way to tackle the concept of ‘intellectual rights’, started an epic deep dive into BitTorrent, and lost far too much time gazing at a ‘visualisation’ of Bitcoin transactions. The bear grinds on as bears are sometimes want to do but this space keeps on giving to those who are willing to peer under the hood.


Insightful and important insights into how our very ‘nature’ works against successful investing:

If you are considering become a day trader – consider the point made here (highly recommended):

Very interesting reflection on BTC’s revenue:

What happens when BTC mining rewards eventually stop?:

Satoshi’s ‘vision’ is still a fertile battleground:

If you can see your way past the condescending tone interesting thoughts re Bittorrent, BTC:

Well, this is one way to view piracy:


A path to learning the technical side of Bitcoin (highly recommended for budding coders-devs)

Some interesting points made here (somewhat dated-Oct 2018):

Discussion of the importance of BitTorrent (4 part series):

One companies take on the Security Tokens market:

Musings of an established investor:

Nick Szabo on the origins of money (from 2002 – highly recommended)


The man behind your secret addiction – the CEO of Blockfolio (recommended):


‘Bitcoin is dead’ – a rebuttal of simplicity on both sides of the BTC debate (highly recommended):

Explanation of EOS Referendum mechanics – milestone development for EOS (highly recommended if interested in Delegated Proof of Work Systems DPOS):

Examining Ripple’s claims to being the banks token of choice (clear bias so bear that in mind):


Informative if over-simplified classification table of crypto projects:


BTC transactions visualised – trance inducing:

A wrap. Now if only I could train my memory to retain more of this stuff (not a new issue). As always, looking forward to reading your comments and suggestions.

Note on Sources:

Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares and so on/ YouTube / various podcasts and whatever else I stumble upon. The aim is a useful weekly aggregator of ideas rather than news. Though I try to keep the sources current – I’ll reference these articles and podcasts etc. as I encounter them – they may have been published just a couple of days ago or in some cases quite a bit earlier.

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  1. peter S

    You series is making a case for moving the seriesToC to end of an article. It’s been suggested on Discord already so I hope the devs agree and pick this up.
    I like the periodic table, would be good to compare this over the years.